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Archive 221 - October 2020
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USFWS PRESS RELEASE: Gray Wolves Delisted -Trump Administration Returns Management and Protection of Gray Wolves to States and Tribes Following Successful Recovery Efforts, USFWS 10/29/2020. "Ranchers across the American West have lost livestock because of ever growing gray wolf populations with no way to protect their herds from this threat,” said U.S. Representative Doug LaMalfa (CA-01). "Gray wolf populations have exceeded recovery expectations for years, and three Administrations have tried to de-list the gray wolf from the Endangered Species Act. President Trump and Secretary Bernhardt finally got it done. Turning gray wolf population management back over to states and tribes will give back local control and inevitably save cattle, sheep, other livestock, and families from the threat of a grey wolf. This is a great win for the West, and I thank the Trump Administration for consistently prioritizing agribusinesses across America.”

Letter from Department of Interior  Solicitors to Daniel H. Jorjani, Solicitor, regarding Bureau of Reclamations Klamath Basin water management 10/28/2020. "...Reclamation’s discretion on how the Project is operated and whether certain consequences to listed species and their habitat are effects of the Project operations is almost certainly constrained by various contracts with Klamath Project water users..."

President Donald J. Trump is Modernizing America’s Water Resource Management and Infrastructure, Whitehouse 10/14/2020.

Executive order aims to conserve land, biodiversity, "an executive order from Gov. Gavin Newsom aimed at conserving 30% of California's land and marine areas by 2030," AgAlert 10/14/2020

Saving salmon to feed orcas? Capital Press editorial 10/9/2020. "...Among the reasons they give for wanting the dams removed is to increase the number of native-run salmon — so orcas can eat them."

Matthew 5:6, "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled."

Salmon parasites not a problem caused by Project irrigators, by KWUA Deputy Director Mark Johnson, 10/7/2020.

Judge says no jurisdiction for suit over Tulelake Airport sale, H&N 10/6/2020. "A case claiming the city of Tulelake, Federal Aviation Administration and Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma/Modoc Nation acted improperly in selling the land under the Tulelake Airport to the Modoc Tribe has been dismissed."
For more on continuous efforts and litigation by the Japanese Tule Lake Committee to shut down our Tulelake airport and acquire more Tulelake property, go HERE.

 Congress frees up $10 million for Project drought relief, H&N 10/2/2020.

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